drop[ drop ]SEE DEFINITION OF drop
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DROP
And oh, sir,” added Stephen, “may we crave a drop of water for our dog?
We have not had a drop of rain since the light shower on the 4th August.
I will drop you a slight hint, which you had better bear in mind.
Mrs M. is a humbug—not a drop of information can I get for love or money.
There was no trace of the body in the waters, no drop of blood on the rocks.
Not only do we drop the subject there, but we resent it if everyone else does not drop the subject there.
When he've got a drop in his nob, it's always for singin' he is—an' that's the worst of him.
"No one has ever come back," we say, "to tell us what his experience has been," and we drop the subject there.
Mallyan's Spout is the most imposing, having a drop of about 76 feet.
Take my rede, sir, and let it drop, for you have come very well out from it.
RELATED WORDS AND SYNONYMS FOR DROP
- allude to
- bring up
- give an inkling
- jog memory
- let it be known
- let out of bag
- put flea in ear
- refer to
- say in passing
- tip off
- tip one's hand
- touch on